Leicester City have won the Community Shield for the first time since 1971. Another trophy in the cabinet for the Foxes.
Leicester have won their first game against Manchester City outside of league competition since a 4-3 victory in the FA Cup back in February 1968, having been winless in 12 matches against the Citizens in such games prior to yesterday.
Manchester City have lost four of their last six games in all competitions (W2), as many defeats as in their previous 53 matches combined (W43 D6 L4).
Pep Guardiola has lost back-to-back finals, including Super Cups, for the first time in his professional managerial career. There's a first time for everything.
Kasper Schmeichel is the first goalkeeper to win the FA Cup final and Community Shield whilst keeping a clean sheet in both games since Ed de Goey did so in 2000 with Chelsea. Another trophy at Wembley.
Leicester's Kelechi Iheanacho is the first player to score a penalty in a Community Shield final (excluding shootouts) since Gary McAllister for Liverpool vs Manchester United in 2001.
In his ninth game in all competitions against his former side, Leicester's Kelechi Iheanacho scored his first goal against Manchester City with what was his sixth shot attempt against the Citizens.
Jack Grealish has lost each of his last three finals for club and country at Wembley Stadium:
❌ EFL Cup
❌ Euro 2020
❌ Community Shield
Not the debut he had planned for Man City.
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